Alicia Hibbert

Title: Research Project Lead, Indigenous Programs, Faculty of Extension
Phone: 780-248-1194
email: [email protected]

Alicia Hibbert has worked as an applied researcher since 2010 at the Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta, working with First Nations and Métis communities to build resiliency among their children and youth. She led a community needs and readiness assessment with Métis Settlements, which informed the development of the Métis Settlements Life Skills Journey program – a summer camp that focuses on building individual and community resiliency. She collaborated with a local advisory committee and community staff at Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement to design Life Skills Journey program resources as well as the framework for program delivery. She now administrates and provides evaluation leadership for summer implementation of Life Skills Journey with four Métis Settlements. With a background in Anthropology and Humanities Computing, she has an interest in adapting research and knowledge translation methods to the local context to improve program outcomes.

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